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on the jury. >> but it was an a, b, and back to a proposition. the fbi voice expert said, a, i can't identify who is screaming. b, a relative may be in a better position, that's why this witness was set up. and then there is listen or bias. hear it from the defendant, ladies and gentlemen, all unbelievably sympathetic to a mother who lost her child. but there is listener biases and you have to take that into account in determining it's a deadlock in determininging who was screaming. >> i thought perhaps the mother would be more emotional on the stand, the impact, the effect of everything has gone on is taking its toll. the brother of trayvon martin testifying, a little issue there, first he said, well, i wasn't sure, you know, previously and prior statements, but now he says, yes, he knows that was his brother. >> i think that was a bit of a mistake on the prosecution's part. i don't think they should have put him up there at all. the fact is, he initially wasn't sure. why not put the best witness up there to testify who has had that voice on that tape? it was the mother. she gave the best te
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